Apple’s new Final Cut Studio to debut Sunday?

“Apple is expected to announced the next version of its Final Cut Studio collection of video editing and compositing software at a press conference at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) trade show on Sunday,” Neil Bennett reports for Digit.

“The company is hosting a special event on Sunday April 15 for an invite-only audience, before the show opens to the public on Monday. In 2005 it used the chance to unveil Final Cut Studio and Soundtrack Pro,” Bennett reports.

Full article here.

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  1. Naah

    They’re releasing Leopard.

    Their recent 4 month delay statement is just a diversion.

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  2. Nice…. my buddy is purchasing a new octo core with 8gig ramadn 2 30″ screens for his switch machine, and moving from Premier to FCP…. I’m so going to be drooling at his place while I show him the finer points of OSX.

  3. “The company is hosting a special event on Sunday April 15 for an invite-only audience.”

    Not really. A friend of mine that is a college student and intern at a media company was able to get tickets for the press conference.

  4. “Apple’s new Final Cut Studio to debut Sunday?”


    They should also start offering a a free Leopard upgrade coupon for every computer sold starting tomorrow. Keep that sales momentum going!

    MW: corner. Don’t let Vista wriggle out of that corner its in.

  5. “Don’t let Vista wriggle out of that corner its in.”

    I doubt Vista is going to be able to get from under the Tiger’s claw. Leopard’s delay has only delayed the mauling Vista is going to get. Microsoft should be relieved. A Leopard delay is a delay to the last nail in the coffin for Microsoft.

  6. As a video editor I find this a bit confusing because I thought that the next big FCP upgrade was going to rely heavily upon some core technologies in OS 10.5.

    Of announcing it a releasing are two seperate things, so maybe that explains it.

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